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. a little bird told me you were paid on the city of los angeles. initially you did not want to do it because you did not want to come to l.a. >> furs, i started acting very young, -- first, i started acting very young, so my ego was three affected by the business and whether or not i got parts, and you are only as good as your class project now, so when i came to los angeles, i used to call it the city of fear, because i was always auditioning and always waiting for the next thing. initially, i also did not want to come to the show, because it was so far away from home. it was a long way away, but i have learned to not just like the city but to love the city. after seven years of trenton -- renting, i bought a house after finishing, which is so outrageous, which is part and parcel of the way we do things. let's do this. it makes no sense, but let's do it anyway. tavis: i am glad you had a great experience. i would hate for you to hate every minute of it. >> i loved it. tavis: when you first started, did you think it was going to resonate with the audience? >> i do not think you can ever know
-moving wildfire in los angeles county started this afternoon has scorched 3,600 a. the williams fire sparked at 230 in the angeles national forest, campgrounds that typically host 12,000 visitors have also been cleared, the fire 5% contained. a round-the-clock work on dumbarton bridge pays off if it could reopen earlier than the scheduled 5:00 a.m. tuesday time reporter don knapp has more. >>> no surprises so far everything going according to plan, what they have done has cut off the concrete ramp from the steel bridge above it left a big coal now they put it back together and tried to get it completed by tuesday morning. near-perfect weather helps workers move at with seismic work on dumbarton to complete work that was done memorial day weekend. crews are also doing other work such as painting and electrical fixtures and selling pot holes. >>> we have done reconfiguration on the carpool lane now will be open for fast track before only open during car pool hours now open the entire day for fast track use >>> the main reason the closed bridge was to replace a seismic joint to cut the old join
with the unexpected consequences from their early infrastructure design. los angeles county is a land of sprawling development. with development comes hundreds of square miles of concrete, leaving no way for water to naturally soak into the ground. in areas of such widespread urbanization, flooding can be devastating. man: back in early 1930s, there was a flooding that took a lot of lives and property. as a result, the city of los angeles, in order to protect future flooding in the city, they decided to take the los angeles river and make it a flood control channel. they concreted the walls of the river in order for water to get to ocean much faster. narrator: cities throughout southern california converted natural rivers to these concrete channels, part of their storm drain systems. this allowed expanding development without the need for large flood plains. kharaghani: the los angeles river is approximately 51 miles. concrete reduces the size of the river that you need to carry the water because it speeds up the flow of water. if you'd like to remove all the concrete and to have natural system to
the field we begin with developing news in southern california all wild fire in los angeles county has scorched 3,600 a. the williams fire sparked around in the angeles national forest 1500 people evacuated campgrounds that post up to 12,000 visitors have been cleared. the fire 5% contained. the round-the-clock work on dumbarton bridge is paying off a cut opened earlier than the scheduled 5:00 a.m. tuesday time reporter don knapp has more. >>> it is the weather, the bay bridge crews are used to the cold windy foggy weather this week and it is calm and mild i think that as it helped to get the bridge work done. near-perfect weather helps workers move ahead with seismic work on the dumbarton like last time crews take advantage of the close bridge to do other work such as painting a logical fixtures and patching potholes absorbing and do crash absorbent cushion >>> it is going to be open for fast track before that was open only door and car pool hours now will be open for fast track use >>> they are replacing a seismic joint the weekend began vacaville joins out >>> we're preparing for 10
that the president's first term has been a failure. dnc chairman and los angeles mayor told cbs this morning the country is better off now than it was four years ago. we were losing 800,000 jobs a month. the answer is yes, we are better off but we've got to keep on working harder. >> reporter: a delegate from maryland agrees. we've had -- owe. >> we've had more private development in the last few months. >> reporter: security is tight where the big speeches start tuesday. streets remain open today to allow the public to enjoy carolina fest. there will are music and entertainment all day. party leaders, including congressman emmanuel cleaver are stressing the work that still needs to be done. >> president obama, if he's reelected as we expect, somehow we've got to have a much better relationship with the house or the american public will suffer. >> reporter: a new charlotte observer elon university poll shows mitt romney running four points ahead of president obama in north carolina, a state he won in 2008. randall pinkston, cbs news, charlotte. >>> republican mitt romney is spending his day
delegate. mark matthews is in charlotte. >> reporter: the chairman of the convention is los angeles mayor go , you would think california delegates -- would get good seats. in the back in the corner in the dark. >> reporter: yep delegates in the cheap seats first rows reserved for swing states like iowa and nevada. >> i hope california never upfront. >> reporter: california delegates met at the airport by an army of volunteers. can't say if saturday night's party contributed to the eject of a california delegate, sometime after this big blow-out two delegates showed up at the hotel one falsely claiming to be a congressman was asked to go home no names being released. one arrest. several hundred hundred marched through uptown charlotte. remember the san francisco woman kicked out of the republican convention during romney's speech? she is here in charlotte with her crew. >> people of all races and economic backgrounds in the streets, a lot of young people which makes me inspired. >> reporter: inspiring young voters is the goal of the organizers they are going to stream the until convention
in los angeles, peer into some of the world's largest extremes. >>> here's a look at this morning's headlines and entertainment news. at the box office this weekend, fear ruled. the horror film "the possession" took advantage of the holiday weekend. not much competition. and a pg-rating. to grab the top spot with $17.7 million. and this one is bill's favorite film. "oogie love". that's not for you? >> no. >> how about this one? as expected, the big balloon venture earned the worst wide release opening ever, averaging just $207 a theater. >> you can do the math at $10 a ticket, 20 people average in every theater. >> elsewhere, oscar-winner russell crowe and a friend had to be rescued by a u.s. coast guard boat after they lost their way kayaking in the waters off new york's long island. oops. where's the compass? >>> finally, check this out. hollywood's walk of fame is one place you won't be finding the ubiquitous kim kardashian. all saying she wanted her own star, winning the award is part of the criteria for being selected and a career in business or acting for five years or more.
to the public. los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa is the convention chairman. >> wove got the most comprehensive and deep -- we've got the most comprehensive and deep ground effort we've ever seen. in fact, this convention is not only going to be the most diverse, op and accessible, it's also -- open and accessible, it's also going to be a working convention. >> reporter: expect speakers to hit also on the president's foreign policy. >> the president has gotten us out of iraq. we're getting out of afghanistan. we've got free trade agreements in latin america. wpresident that brilliantly dealt with the situation in libya. i think what this president has done is restored our prestige abroad. >> reporter: then there's the clinton question. why is the former president taking a primetime role? >> what president clinton will say is if you're looking for a president who can grow the middle class, create that economic expansion, move away from the policies of the past that crashed your economy and punished the middle class, then barack obama is your guy. >> reporter: all this begins mon
. mostly sunny skies in dallas, 101. partly sunny in los angeles, 89 degrees. >>> let's check your national forecast. what's left of hurricane isaac will make for a soggy labor day for the ohio valley and mid-atlantic states. much of the same for parts of tennessee, alabama and the carolinas, much of the same. hot and dry for the southern plains and the southwest. cooler temperatures will arrive in the northern rockies and upper midwest. the west coast should remain dry. >>> in sports this morning, first place in the american league central on the line last night in detroit. the tigers trying to claw their way into a tie with the white sox. game tied at 1 in the sixth. young hits one out in a hurry. a three-run homer to make it 4-1 tigers. ace, justin verlander strikes out 11. the tigers win this thing, 4-2. >>> the braves trying to avoid a sweep. at the hands of the philly. atlanta trailing in the bottom of the ninth. 40-year-old chipper jones delivers a walk-off three-run shot to right that caps a five-run ninth inning rally. the braves win it. -8-7. >>> >>> a teenager goes deep deep for
action star calls in the authorities. i'm rachel smith in los angeles. who needed help, just ahead. >> coming up on abc 7 news at 5:00 water patrol duty goes to new depths to sniff out a big, invasive problem in lake autos let's go outside again. bay bridge toll plaza. there are cars facing you head together city. cash is not king today. slow going if you don't have fast track. stay with us. [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. your new light creamy potato with bacon & cheese soup says it's 100 calories a serving. that's right. in what world do potatoes, bacon and cheese add up to 100 calories? your world. my world. ♪ [ whispers ] real bacon... creamy cheese... [ whispers ] 100 calories... say it again... [ whispers ] 100 calories... ma'am, hello? ma'am [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. 6. >>> coast guard comes to the rescue in real life for actor russell crow and all that have is in today's enter taintment report from on the record carpet of here is raishel sming. >> a movie star has to call in the authorities. russell crow and his friends kayaking and got los
of homes totally lost over here. this is a horrific sight. >> the wildfire in los angeles national forest grown to 3600 acres. thousands of people had to evacuate. >> breaking news out of pakistan this morning. an attack on a u.s. government vehicle there has left two americans among the wounded. >> dramatic video of a deadly air show crash in iowa. a jet took a nosedive and crashed into a field. >>> a monster truck lost control and careened straight into a group of spectators during a race in oregon saturday. >>> cape cod beaches may be opened but the fears of great white sharks that washed ashore. >> russell crowe had to be rescued by a u.s. coast guard boat after they lost their way off new york's long island. oops. >>> all that matters. >> they didn't want a debate about clint eastwood, they wanted it about mitt romney's ideas. people are talking about the bizarre clint eastwood performance. bizarre clint eastwood performance. >> it go ahead, make my soup. captioning funded by cbs >>> woel welcome to "cbs this morning," charlie rose and gail gail are off today. this is labor day -- pr
. it is incredible. folks say they could see the clouds from all across los angeles. now to west los angeles. >>reporter: it broke out at midday and the cause is under investigation. you mentioned the evacuation, the area usually has 12,000 people on the holiday weekend to use this for all forts of -- sorts of activists. they have been brought out because they could get in the way. firefighters need every inch of access. more than 4,000 actioners have burned and they are telling us it is just 5 percent containedded and 400 firefighters are battling the blaze. if you come in by 9 plane, the mountains to the right as you come in to lax, an area that is remote but, at the same time, an area used by so many people this time of year. there are a number of helicopters and planes battling this type. it hand a tough fire season so far with a number of major fires in california and every single western state has had multiple large fires. many of the states have exceeded their fire budget for the entire year and there is still two months left to go. also, we are told a small fire has just started up n
she was 22. very early 20's. she met my dad and los angeles. they got married and had made. my father passed away a couple is ago. my mother is still in los angeles. host: let's go back to the documentary. this section is oil for food programs. >> i do not know what i am missing. why was a stop not put to it when they saw there was corruption? >> we were talking about a mismanaged operation. they were not on speaking terms. when issues came up, it is used that there was a kickback mechanism, it would be easy for these things to get stuck in the system. >> i have little to no doubt the failure to move aggressively to clean up the program was because there was enough money so the cleanup never occurred. >> any resignations? >> i do not think anyone will resign. >> they think it is time for someone to step down? >> no. >> and no one has gone to jail. no one has been fired for the biggest scam in the history of humanitarian relief. >> why would anybody resign? host: who is the gentleman you were first talking to? guest: he was one of the first whistle-blowers on the food program. he worke
massachusetts and mayor villaraigosa, the mayor of los angeles. gentlemen, watch this. conservative groups are trying to drive home the point that president obama's out of touch in this issue. take a look at this new ad produced by gary bower, just caught it this morning. let's watch this ad they're running here. >> hey, honey. how are you? >> fine. i guess. >> what's going on? >> well, obama is trying to force gay marriage on this country. that's not the change i voted for. marriage is between a man and a woman. >> that's not the change i voted for either. >> what can we do? >> we can vote for someone with values. >> well, you know, i don't think that's a very realistic discussion. i've always wondered what it does to their relationship. nothing probably. here's the line they're putting out. obama is trying to force gay marriage on this country. you know the language that's coming out and the platform of the democratic party. does it meet this. is it forcing gay marriage on the country? >> not forcing gay marriage on the country. what he's speaking to is the notion that marriage ought to
people in hospital after a car and that for a bus collided in los angeles to be but inside the car were seriously injured six of the 50 people on board the bus suffered minor injuries police say the bus had a green light and a car made an illegal left turn onto venice boulevard that caused the crash. a fast-moving fire in angeles national forest forcing 12,000 visitors to leave the park. the williams fire started this afternoon near a campground and the scorched 700 a. a spokesperson says the flames are spreading through heavy brush and touched by 2009 wild fire. people in las angeles studio city neighborhood received a loud wake-up call this morning this massive tree toppled onto a residential street before dawn no word what caused it to fall. crews may be unable to remove the tree until tuesday. first they played on national tv then honored by the oakland a's, not over for the little leaguers from petaluma the whole town showed its support for the youngsters. the oakland a's,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> were tied! unbelievable >>> again these little leaguers will never forget the team from petal
. host: where were you born? guest: los angeles. host: how long have you been in new york city? guest: i think 17 years. host: where did you go to college? guest: usc, university of southern california. host: when did mom come from israeli? i assume she's an israeli citizen and you are too. guest: technically. in fact i'm supposed to travel on an israeli passport but i don't have one. so my mom moved to the united states, i believe, when she was 22, or very early 20s. met my dad in los angeles, got married, had me. host: are they still out there? guest: my father passed away a couple of years ago, my mother is in los angeles, although we're trying desperately to get her to move to new york. hose host let's go back to the documentary, this is the oil-for-food program scandal. let's watch. >> i don't want to miss it here. why was a stop not put to it when they immediately saw corruption and it had the opposite effect they intended to do. >> we're talking about the mountain of the operation, our senior managers were not on speaking terms with each other so when issues like that came up, iss
and scott thuman will cover all the angles on abc 7 news at 5 6, and 11. >> breaking news from los angeles. actor michael clark duncan has died. he is known from "the grenen mile." this comes after she had a heart attack two months ago. michael clarke duncan dead at 54. >> new at 6 investigators have recovered a stolen you all holding equipment for one of president joe biden's campaign events in detroit. it was found either late saturday night or early sunday morning. secret service says some items from the truck were missing. they would not say what the items were. he spoke at a labor day rally and it went on as planned without the equipment. >> a family in prince george's county is recovering after a carbon monoxide leak in the home. they woke up this morning complaining about headaches and nausea, classic symptoms of carbon monoxide exposure. there were taken to the hospital as a precaution and they are now reportedly in good condition. coming up on abc 7 news at 6, we are on your side with the traffic alert advisory you'll want to see before you drive to work tomorrow. >> taking a clos
brush. this evening, it could be seen from many parts of the los angeles basin. >> we stopped right here to see it. and it showed the flames. it was really scary. we didn't know what to do. >> we started to notice a whole bunch of smoke here. >> so far there are no reports of injuries, or damage. >>> the reverend sung myong moon has passed away. more on the look of his life and his passing away. >> reporter: reverend moon turned the bible into a religious movement. after he survived the korean war, moon founded the unification church, which gained worldwide attention in the '70s and '80s with mass weddings. he married people in huge ceremonies around the world. his followers, known for their fundraiser activities, were called "moonies." the leader also expanded his political influence, relating to conservative american presidents and re-building a once tense relationship with north korea. but with fame came controversy, the church faced allegations of stealing and brainwashing followers. moon himself spent more than a year at a u.s. federal prison for tax evasion. two weeks after he was
. in population centers like los angeles, the scope of the task is staggering. the hyperion wastewater treatment plant serves four million people. it processes 350 million gallons of sewage and removes 500 tons of solids daily. after treatment at hyperion, what was once raw sewage is clean enough to release into santa monica bay. other cities and towns release treated wastewater, or effluent, into local rivers, lakes, and streams. as it flows downstream, additional cities may capture it for drinking water, consume it, and treat the water again. in other words, the water coming out of a wastewater treatment plant often enters the watershed, flows into intakes of drinking water treatment plants, and eventually finds its way right back to our faucets. it takes huge investments to ensure that wastewater and drinking water treatment plants function properly to maintain a safe water supply. we made the initial investments in the plants and the pipes. but once we accomplished that, there was this great recognition that we had a series of issues associated with wet weather conditions. storm events where
just above the city of glendora. smoke could be seen from many parts of the los angeles basin where people reported falling ash. >>> and a helicopter was damaged during a routine water drop over the north pacifier. this is youtube video of the fire burning in a rug get area of mendocino county. according to the forest service, they hit a dead tree while operating under smoky conditions. no one was hurt. the blaze burning since august 18th has charred more than 41,000 acres. seven homes and nine buildings have been destroyed and tonight it is 58% con intayed. >>> -- contained. >>> a man who sliped off a cliff in san francisco was recovered. it happened around 6:30 near the cliff house restaurant. emergency responders found the man trapped on slippery rocks. it took a half an hour to find him and hoist him to safety. the man did not appear to be badly hurt as rescuers loaded him on to a truck and ambulance. no word on his condition. >>> still to come, vandals strike again in oakland. the memorial that has been ruined for a third time. plus, just in time for labor day, the ban on booze
't working." by today, democrats were reading from a different script. here was los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa on cbs "this morning". >> the answer is we are better off. >> but the romney campaign hit democrats for that, too, saying they weren't facing reality. vice presidential nominee paul ryan was in north carolina. >> the president can say a lot of things-- and he will-- but he can't tell you that you're better off. simply put: the jimmy carter years look like the gold old days compared to where we are right now. (laughter) >> reporter: vice president biden arrived in detroit armed with this answer. >> you want to know whether we're better off? i've got a little bumper sticker for you. "osama bin laden is dead and general motors is alive!" >> reporter: by some measures, americans are better off today. home prices are up and jobs are being created. however, median income, jim, is down since the president took office and unemployment is higher than when he came to office. it's now 8.3%. >> axelrod: thank you, nancy, bob schieffer is our chief washington correspondent and the anc
people across the los angeles area were jolted awake by an early morning earthquake today. the 3.2 quake centered in beverly hills and shook much of the west side of los angeles a quake of that magnitude does not cause structural damage. there have been no reports of any so far. high water and no power making life miserable for hundreds of thousands in louisiana dealing with the aftermath of hurricane isaac. nearly 3,000 people remain in shelters. as much as 5 feet of water covers parts of plaquemines parish. president obama will visit southern louisiana today. the president will make a case for re-election in the key swing state of ohio where he will speak to auto workers. republican candidate mitt romney will be off the campaign trail for a few days as he prepares for next month's debates. >>> an amazing accident caught on tape. a monster truck veered out of control in the race in oregon. it happened saturday. three spectators are hurt. none of the injuries were life threatening. >>> check out this in the minor league, scranton. the red sox. bananas. with the bases loaded. he tracks th
campers to evacuate. the smoke so thick, it can be seen from los angeles more than 30 miles away. details coming up. >>> live to london where prince harry is scheduled to make his first public appearance since the now infamous party pictures in las vegas showed up online. >>> and later we'll go outside to join the holiday crowd on the plaza for matchbox twenty. >> their first album in 10 years. it's good to see they are back and will be here performing for us. >>> we do want to begin now with the presidential race. chuck todd is nbc's political director and white house director and correspondent, he's at the convention. >> labor day marked the start of the general election. that's clearly no longer the case. heading into this convention the obama campaign believes they are in the best possible place they could be given the tough economic times, but that doesn't mean they are necessarily in a winning place. campaigning in colorado sunday, president obama is setting the stage for his democratic convention message saying the republican convention was like a time warp. >> it was a rerun. it c
duncan has died. he is best known for his role in the green mile. he died in a los angeles hospital where he had been suffering since a heart attack in july. that's according to his fiancee who became famous on donald trump show the apprentice. he was 6'5", 300 pounds and appeared in dozens of age in films including armageddon and planet of the apes. in 99 he scored oscar nomination playing a prisoner in the 1930s. michael clark duncan dead today at 54. humans -- sometimes life trips us up. and sometimes, we trip ourselves up, but that's okay. at liberty mutual insurance we can "untrip" you as you go through your life with personalized policies and discounts when you need them most. just call... and speak with a licensed representative about saving on your policy when you get married, move into a new house... [crash!] or add a car to your policy. don't forget to ask about saving up to 10% when you combine your auto d home insurance wi liberty mutual. security, coverage, and savings. all the things humans need to make our beautifully imperfect world a little lesimperfect. call... and lock
democrats defend the president's economic record? we'll ask the convention chairman los angeles mayor are antonio villaraigosa. and the romney ticket takes its momentum on the road. we will ask our sunday panel if they have been able to shift the dynamics in this it campaign. all right now on "fox news sunday." >>> and hello again from fox news today in the queen city, charlotte, north carolina. site of the democratic national convention. our fox news sky box is high up in the time-warner cable arena, home of the probasketball charlotte bobcats and starting tuesday the first two days of this convention. and happy labor day weekend, everyone, while this holiday used to signal the start of the fall campaign, both sides have been hitting each other hard for months. as democrats prepare to nominate barack obama for a second term we are joined from the trail by his top strategist david axelrod. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thanks, chris, good to be with you. >> chris: any one at the democratic convention in denver four years ago remembers the magic there, the sense of hope and end
up the country to give me the country to be mayor of los angeles and chairman of the democratic national committee. >> in fact, that constitutional amendment, george bush had put it forward. paul ryan has voted for it. it also no longer says no further same-sex marriage. it cancels my marriage. i've been married in massachusetts. after the legitimateture of massachusetts allowed it to stay in effect. mitt romney tried to undo it, the legislature wouldn't allow it. this amendment would take the marriages in seven states, marriages that have gone on for five years and revoke them. here's the problem. all the predictions they made about the terrible things that were going to happen from same-sex marriage haven't happened. they have to make things up. there was same-sex marriage in massachusetts and other states for eight years. tens of millions of americans now live in state where is you can have it. and nothing bad has happened. that's why they have to resort to silliness. and by the way as you said, they're the ones not only in the minority but a growing minority. you talk to peo
of the democratic convention, los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa. villaraigosa. we'll be right back from hi. remember me? i'm one of more than 3 million disabled veterans living in the united states. my brothers and sisters gladly gave our all for our country, but we need help to get our lives back to normal again. that's why we depend on the dav, the disabled american veterans, to fight for benefits and rights that we earned. don't forget america's disabled veterans, and remember the dav. >> chris: and we are back now in the fox news sky box in the time-warner arena here in charlotte. the mayor of one of the nation's largest cities will have a big role this week. joining us now, the chairman of the democratic national convention, los angeles mayor antonio villaraigosa. welcome to "fox news sunday." >> good to see you again, chris. >> you may be the chairman of the democratic convention but you like to say and i will read the quote you take on stupid whereever is exists. what is stewed by with romney and the republicans. >> i don't want to describe either governor romney or the republicans
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in oklahoma city. very hot through houston as well as los angeles. much cooler for you in vancouver. 20 degrees. as for europe, going to be very stormy for central parts of the mediterranean. and then the remnants of another tropical system in iceland. up into norway as well. and temperatures are just about on average across the continent. here's the extended forecast. >>> our lead story for this hour, surveyors from tokyo have conducted a survey of the senkaku islands. japan controls the islands in the south china sea. tokyo governor ordered the inspection. he wants the metropolitan government to buy three uninhabited islands from a japanese family. the japanese government prohibited the 25-member team from landing. so they surveyed the area from their ships. some team members switched to smaller boats to study the waters and shore around the largest island. >> translator: we will use the data for the purchase and good use of the islands. >> sakamachi said they need to land to properly measure the island's size and inspect the ecosystem. the governor says he'll return next month. he's
tahoe yosemite 94 warmest palm springs 108, 80s san diego and an los angeles, if you are heading south a chance of thunderstorms probably tuesday and wednesday, something to keep in the back of your mind. still have time to go out to sausalito for the arts festival, temperatures in the low to mid 70s, brezzy but a lot of sunshine the rest of the afternoon. let's take a look at that accuweather, there you go not a dramatic cooling trend, a couple december here, couple degrees there, before you -- before you know it, thursday, friday 8 to 10° cooler from the coast to inland warmer for saturday and sunday. september typically is the second or third warmest month in the bay area. it is going to be warm at times. >> i like your math i can do that kind of math. thank you. >>> the memorial honoring victims of the 1991 oakland firestorm has been vandalized again. vandals damaged the sculpture at the entrance on tunnel road over the weekend that angers gordon piper who lost his home in the fire. he's dedicated much of his life to the memory of 25 people killed in the fire. somebody cut off par
visible from many parts of the los angeles basin. crews are attacking the fire from the air and from the ground. we are monitoring the situation, we'll bring you more information as it becomes available. >>> in decision 2012 tonight, the spotlight is shifting to charlotte, north carolina, and that is of course where the president says he will offer what he calls a better path forward. nbc's steve handelsman is in charlotte with the latest. >> reporter: arriving for the democratic convention, delegates from florida hope this week boosts their efforts in the biggest battle ground. >> florida is a tough state. it's going to be down to the wire. what is always nice about the convention, it ramps everybody up. >> reporter: charlotte has become a kind of obama fest. >> we're excited. students in general are. >> reporter: college democrats in town, grateful the president kept rates low on student loans. >> he helped me, i'll help him. we're in this together. we build things together. >> reporter: president obama is crisscrossing battle ground states on his way to charlotte. today colorado t
the central valley, 78 big sur also tahoe yosemite 94 warmest palm springs 108, 80s san diego and an los angeles, if you are heading south a chance of thunderstorms probably tuesday and wednesday, something to keep in the back of your mind. still have time to go out to sausalito for the arts festival, temperatures in the low to mid 70s, brezzy but a lot of sunshine the rest of the afternoon. let's take a look at that accuweather, there you go not a dramatic cooling trend, a couple december here, couple degrees there, before you -- before you know it, thursday, friday 8 to 10° cooler from the coast to inland warmer for saturday and sunday. september typically is the second or third warmest month in the bay area. it is going to be warm at times. >> i like your math i can do that kind of math. thank you. >>> the memorial honoring victims of the 1991 oakland firestorm has been vandalized again. vandals damaged the sculpture at the entrance on tunnel road over the weekend that angers gordon piper who lost his home in the fire. he's dedicated much of his life to the memory of 25 people killed
-mails revealed promoters were concerned about michael jackson's stability ahead of his comeback tour. the "los angeles times" obtained some 250 pages of messages from a.e.g. the group financing the concert set for london. in one exchange an executive said jackson was "emotionally paralyzed mess" and that he and jackson's manager had to dress the pop star. he passed away in june of 2009 before the tour could kick off. there are more problems for octomom. she's fired from celebrity boxing. not because there are questions whether she is a celebrity though those would seem to be fair. we are told it is after she broke another opponent's hand in a pillow fight and skipped out to on match in florida. she's taken a variety of jobs to pay bills including being a porn star. it is 4:57 and 72 degrees. still ahead. >> the republican national convention is over but an emcee chair and invisible obama make
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. there has been a series of e-mails and hundreds of them in fact that were leaked to the los angeles times and they were e-mails that detail what the concert promoters were saying about him and people who were working with him, and what they were saying about his medical condition right before that big comeback tour was supposed to launch. the promoter is called aeg. and ag was apparently so worried about jackson that their top folks suggested hiring a psychiatrist and a big time psychiatrist to evaluate him and the e-mails paint a picture of michael jackson in crisis and they come off of the midst of two significant lawsuits that promoter is facing down. one of the lawsuits comes from the insurance agents, and the insurance company, and the insurance company that is asking a judge to wipe out the $17.5 million policy they are being asked to payout because of the death of the top star and they say that concert promoter purchased that policy saying that michael jackson was a-okay and ready to perform, and the other lawsuit is coming from the family of michael jackson and it is a wrongful de
, california, southeast of downtown los angeles. they had three children. on the right is their youngest child, that's eunice. she was about 16 or 17 in this photograph. on the other end, on the left is mary, actually who then became mary manbo, that's on the left is the photographer's wife, mary manbo. and then in front of his father-in-law is his grandson, bill and mary's son billy. also named bill, but he was called billy in the family. billy came along in early 1940. this is probably shot sometime in 1943, so he's about 3 years old there. he's clutching his little toy airplane. mary went to the frank wiggins trade school as well, that's where she met bill. she was studying to become a seam stress. she became a seam stress, she did costume design among other jobs. then there was a third child, sammy, a boy. by 1931 sammy, who's not pictured in this photograph, but you'll meet hill later, sammy was at cal, at uc berkeley in the rotc program in 1941. and eunice, as i say, was in high school. now, the father-in-law had done some accounting work for a japanese-language school, and as a conseque
, southeast of downtown los angeles. the pius had three children feared on the right is their youngest child, eunice, with 16 or 17 in this photograph. on the other end of the left is mary who actually then became merry manbo. it is on the left the photographer's wife. and in front of jim as james grandmother, also named bill, but was called billy in the family. billy came along and early 1840s. probably shot sometime in 1943, said he is about three years old there clutching his little toy airplane. mary went to the frank wickens street school as well. that is where she met bill. she was studying to become a seamstress. she costume design for theater come amiss among other jobs. then there was a third child, fannie, a boy. by 1941, sammy who is not pictured in this photograph that you meet him later was at you see berkeley and the rotc program in 1941 and units as they say was in high school. give them some accounting work for a japanese language school as a consequence of doing that accounting work, dean affiliated with the jet and a school, he was arrested in march 1942, several months aft
.t above the smoke could be seen from many parts of the los angeles basin where people reported falling ash. >>> and a helicopter was damaged during a routine water drop over the north pacifier. this is youtube video of the fire burning in a rug get area of mendocino according to the forest service, they hit a dead tree while operating under smoky conditions. no one was hurt. the blaze burning since august 18th has charred more than 41,000 acres. seven homes and nine buildings have been destroyed and tonight it is 58% con intayed. >>> -- contained. >>> a man who sliped off a cliff in san francisco was recovered. it happened around 6:30 near the cliff house restaurant. emergency responders found the man trapped on slippery rocks. it took a half an hour to find him and hoist him to safety. the man did not appear to be badly hurt as rescuers loaded him on to a truck and ambulance. no word on his condition. >>> still to come, vandals strike again in oakland. the memorial that has been ruined for a third time. plus, just in time for labor day, the ban on booze on a popular california river. and
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